7 often consumed human foods that are toxic to dogs  

Alliums like garlic can kill dogs because thiosulfate attacks red blood cells. It takes a lot of garlic to poison Akitas and Shiba Inus, but they are sensitive. 

Avocados' fungicidal persin toxin harms numerous animals, not only dogs. Even though only high doses of poison are dangerous, even moderate symptoms like vomiting and diarrhea should be avoided, as well as huge pits that can choke.  

Avocados' fungicidal persin toxin hurts several animals, not just dogs. Even moderate symptoms like vomiting, diarrhea, and enormous pits that can choke should be avoided, even if only high doses of poison are harmful.  

One of the most common dog poisons is chocolate. Theobromine, an alkaloid, causes cardiac arrhythmias and CNS impairment in dogs.

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Oxalic acid in rhubarb pies can induce renal failure in dogs, despite its popularity. The chemical forms urine crystals and can shut down the kidneys. 

Oranges are OK for dogs, but citrus oil—often used medicinally—is not. Because of its insecticidal effects, the oil can cause liver failure in dogs. 

Not all nuts are excellent for dogs. However, macadamia nuts are highly poisonous. Vets don't know why, but it causes vomiting, weakness, heat, and loss of physiological functioning.

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